Watermount Water Supply
OWNER OF THE PROJECT PROPOSAL
Country: Jamaica Institution: Ministry Of Education, Region One
PROPOSED COORDINATOR INSTITUTION – EXECUTING AGENCY Rural Water Supply Limited
PROJECT BACKGROUND PROJECT COMPONENTS
The proposed Watermount Water Supply System is designed to benefit a projected population of approximately 7000 residents. The present System is located at William Gully Dam and is currently being operated and maintained by the St. Catherine Parish Council. From this existing system, water is being supplied to the residents of Watermount and Cudjoe Hill. The purpose of the Watermount Supply Project is to improve the supply system in order to feed communities including Mendez, Brown’s Town, Back Pasture, Old Works and Pedro. The proposed works of the project will include, but not be limited to, transmission line repairs, pipe laying works, storage tank rehabilitation, and storage tank construction.
Watermount, St. Catherine
RELEVANCE OF THE PROJECT
To improve the supply of potable water to the communities of Watermount, Mendez, Browns Town, Back Pasture, Cudjoe Hill, Old Works, and Pedro.
DURATION OF PROJECT
The project is estimated to have a duration of 8 months
SOURCE OF FINANCE
Government of Jamaica, Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation (MEGJC)